MP-14 SAMPAC (Slide-Action MachinePistol, Ambidextrous, Caseless)
Caliber: 4.8 x 42mm Caseless
Effective Range: 250 yards (Retracted), 300 yards (Extended)
Rate of Fire: 700 rounds per minute
Magazine: 35 rounds (2x Magazines loadable)
Operation: Gas Operated, Super V
Features: TacLight/TacLaser, Sliding Action, Forward Handgrip, Picatinny Rail, Removable (Picatinny) Ironsights
Selective Fire: Semi-automatic, Fully Automatic
Description: The Super-V Gas Operated firing system is contained within the stock of the weapon, allowing for minimum recoil, and when extended and shouldering the SAMP, almost no recoil is felt, and the entire 70 rounds from both magazines can be emptied into a single one-inch diameter hole effectively, given a skilled shooter. Being caseless, the weapon is easily ambidextrous, and still maintains a massive punch seen in many rifles.
The main "body" of the gun slides along the barrel assembly via rails and interlocks, allowing for the weapon to be sturdy and durable. To adjust for the trigger being on the sliding body, the trigger-pull is electrically send to the firing chamber, via shielded wire to negate EMP, to both reduce weight and ensure flawless firing.
To aid in control of the weapon, the barrel and firing assembly are kept low, as close to the hand and arm of the firer as possible. These barrels are easily swapped for silenced barrels.
To prevent running out of battery power, both for the electrical signal, as well as the TacLight and TacLaser found in the front of the gun, the trigger also depresses a crystal as a piezoelectric generator; a second is found in the front-handle, so swinging it up and down further helps to charge four internal battery packs found throughout the gun, without having the discharge the weapon.
The external side of the barrel is slotted to aid in cooling, and vents are found on the sides of the case of the weapon as well.